The book: The Knowledge of the Holy

Written by: Aiden Wilson Tozer, 1961.

From the back:

The church has surrendered her once lofty concpet of God and has substituted for it one so low, so ignoble, as to be utterly unworthy of thinking, worshipping men. With our loss of a sense of majesty has come the further loss of religious awe and sense of the divine presence. We have lost our spirit of worship and our ability to withdraw inwardly to meet God in adoring silence.

Dr Tozer helps us in this book on the character of God to rediscover His majesty in a way that will deeply affect our day-to-day living.

Contents

    Author's introduction
  1. Why we must think rightly about God
  2. God incomprehensible
  3. A Divine attribute: something true about God
  4. The Holy Trinity
  5. The self-existence of God
  6. The self-sufficiency of God
  7. The eternity of God
  8. God's infinitude
  9. The immutability of God
  10. The divine omniscience
  11. The wisdom of God
  12. The omnipotence of God
  13. The divine transcendence
  14. God's omnipresence
  15. The faithfulness of God
  16. The goodness of God
  17. The justice of God
  18. The Mercy of God
  19. The Grace of God
  20. The love of God
  21. The holiness of God
  22. The sovereignty of God
  23. The open secret

Personal comments

Definitely one of the books that changed my thinking most, and still does, when rereading it.

My copy

STL      ISBN 1 85078 031 5
Kingsway ISBN 0 86065 592 X


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